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Old 07-22-2015, 08:59 AM
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Originally Posted by jimbo728 View Post
I agree that the mainspring tension screw, located in the front of the grip frame, should be tightened. If it doesnt go in anymore, replace the mainspring. It is a simple fix for this fairly common problem.
Jim
And, depending on any previous ownership, the mainspring tensioning screw could have been filed down to make the trigger pull lighter, so it may need to be replaced.
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